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[movies]Chip Lord ATC Lecture
Constance Lewallen, Senior Curator for Exhibitions at the BAM and curator of the upcoming exhibition "Ant Farm 1968-1978" will begin the program with a brief historical overview of Ant Farm's ten-year collaboration. In the second part of the program, artist Chip Lord, using slides and video, will present Ant Farm's Cadillac Ranch (1974) and Media Burn (1975) projects, two works that achieved popular and wide ranging visibility when they were created and then continued to extend their reach and i...
Keywords: University of California Berkeley; UC Berkeley; Chip Lord; ATC; Art Technology and Culture Colloquium; Ken Godberg; Berkeley Center for New Media
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[movies]Anne Wagner ATC Lecture
Prof. Wagner's talk will revisit Marshall Mcluhan's understanding of media: in particular, his mythical notion of social change as sensory change. She will consider Mcluhan's anchoring of history to transformations of the media on which western civilization has been progressively dependent. What is particularly interesting in this context is McLuhan's idea that media exact a bodily toll: their transformation both wound and provoke numbness as the relations of the human sensorium undergo what McL...
Keywords: University of California Berkeley; UC Berkeley; Anne Wagner; ATC; Art Technology and Culture Colloquium; Ken Godberg; Berkeley Center for New Media
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[movies]Kal Spelletich ATC Lecture
ABSTRACT I build machines, robots and installations for my audience to operate. This interactive work is inspired by political activism, volunteerism and getting people involved in life. The collaboration with the audience completes the work. My collaborators are the audience. The work does not exist without them. I experiment with creating a feedback loop between participant and machine. This work questions the role technology plays in our lives...
Keywords: Kal Spelletich; ATC; Art Technology and Culture Colloquium; Berkeley ATC; UC Berkeley; University of California; Adam Susaneck; Ken Golberg; Susan Miller; Berkeley Center for New Media; BCNM; robotic art; avante garde art; fear as a medium; fire
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